Pupil Premium Bramham Shadwell Federation

Pupil Premium Policy

Pupil Premium 2016-2017

For the financial year 2016/17, £18,480 was allocated to Shadwell Primary School

A breakdown is shown in the attached document.

Pupil Premium 2015 - 2016

For the financial year 2015/16, £13,800 was allocated to Shadwell Primary School.

This was used as follows:

  • Extra staffing to teach and support the learning needs of targeted children.
  • To provide short-term intervention programmes  (either in groups or 1 to 1)  for underachieving pupils and those in receipt of  pupil premium funding.
  • To provide funding in order that pupils may attend some of the after school clubs thereby encouraging participation in physical activities.  
  • Where pupils need adult support in an after school activity, one has been provided.
  • To enable all pupils to attend the Y5 and Y6 residential by contributing towards the majority or all of the cost.

A breakdown is shown in the attached document.

Pupil Premium 2014-2015

In the financial year 2014/15, £15,084 was allocated to Shadwell Primary School.

Compared to other schools locally and nationally we have very few children who are eligible for pupil premium. Each class teacher tracks the impact of the targeted support and reports to the Leadership Team each term on the progress of the pupil premium pupils. The numbers are too small to draw conclusions about the group as there is often only one child in a cohort. Therefore we track the pupil’s individual progress and aim for each child to achieve better than expected progress.

At Shadwell there was one girl who left Yr 6 in July 2015 who had funding through the Pupil Premium. She achieved  level 4 in all subjects, making two levels of progress.  

This is very good progress and is clear evidence of the impact of the funding and how it has been used at our school.